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insurance like the medical device tax. with us today is erin shucosky. she has been a clinical nurse for 30 years in baltimore. she spent the last ten years coordinating the research on a study to approve a new replacement discs to treat patients suffering from crippling neck and back pain. over time, erin discovered that she suffers from the very condition that her work aimed to treat. on her days off, aaron would -- erin would spend time at her daughter's game, barely able to move, and then would have to good home and spend most of her time there with an ice pack on her neck. she went in for surgery and got the new disc replacements. erin is with is in a cervical color today -- cervical collar today but shes on the mend. the new medical device tax in obama care makes it harders for researchers to develop those devices in the united states and makes its hard for patients like erin to get the care they need. obamacare is unnecessarily raised the cost of health care. even those with preexisting conditions could get the coverage they need without a trillion dollar government program costing a
tax. with us today is erin shucosky. erin has been a clinical nurse of 30 years in baltimore. she spent the past 10 years coordinating the research on a study to approve the last under in to approve a new replacement disc to treat patients suffering from crippling neck and back pain. over time, erin discovered that she suffered from the very condition that her work aimed to treat. on her days off, and would spend time at her daughter's lacrosse tournaments barely able to move, and then would have to go home and spend most of her time there was an ice pack on her neck. she went in for surgery and got the new disc replacements. erin is with us in a cervical collar today, but thankfully she is on the mend. the new medical device tax and obamacare makes it harder for researchers to develop those innovative devices in the united states, and thus makes it harder for patients like erin to get the care they need. obamacare is unnecessarily raise the cost of our health care. even those have preexisting conditions could get the coverage they need without a trillion dollar government program
time for it. >> thank you so much for today. my name is erin, a first-year student in a grad school. you deliberately, intentionally went to saudi arabia to immerse yourself in a culture, something not many of us will have an opportunity to do. my question for you is what if anything is saudi arabia doing in the realm of public diplomacy to help westerners better understand that? >> that's a good question. what is saudi arabia doing in the realm of public diplomacy i think they are doing a few tourist visas, but not match. and i don't know. it may exist some kind of student exchanges. i know the u.s. rings saudi students here on the state department tours. and i met a young man they are who actually had a very conservative, who confess to beating his brother in the 80s and he was a sharia law graduate and came on a legal tour of the u.s. and it completely changed his mind. he said it was the first time i ever knew that a woman could have her head uncovered and not be a whore. they have so many misconceptions of us. my first dinner at the enon's family was very tense. he had his moth
. they think he is a genocidal character and erin hates their conqueror. but their hatred of carson is palpable. so it's a very controversial carrot dirt in the southwest southwest as john tibet decays here's the guide with all these juvenile biographies have been american folk hero and it is also considered a genocidal maniac. and so, how do you reconcile these two very different images. as structured the book in three parts. the first part, the new man, is about the arrival of the americans into the southwest, during the time to put them out in an era leading to three months expeditions into the west and finally, the american army survival during the mexican war. so it's really just kind of from shifting perspectives, serta sjostrom native american points of view to mexican points of view. and who is this to arrival, the new name? what are they about? why are they here? what here? what are they about what this desert country out here? said that his part 1. part 2 is called a broken country. basically it looks at the beginning of occupation, like the conquest of the west was remarkably easy an
, anderson heiman, tyler efilsizer, erin chowa, elizabeth karyn and peter sokolov. poeup without objection. mr. baucus: i'd like to take a moment to speak on another topic that is important to me and that is our veterans. the veterans jobs caucus organized a day of action today to draw attention to veterans' unemployment. and i'm very proud to help shine a light on it. jobs must be our number-one priority. there's no better place to start than with our veterans. with the war in iraq coming to an end and afghanistan winding down, we have a responsibility to make sure every single one of these men and women returns home to a paycheck, not an unemployment check. i urge my colleagues to join me in declaring war on veterans ' unemployment. let's work together to make sure every american veteran has the good-paying job they deserve. i yield the floor. the presiding officer: who yields time? if no one yields time, time will be charged equally to both sides. quorum call:
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